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Is A Pop Filter For A Dynamic Microphone Nessecary? - Does It Help Out Anything At All?

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#2
For recording vocals, a pop shield is always necessary, regardless of mic type IMO. It catches the plosive and sibilant letters in words (plosives being the ones that make you produce more air and spit - p is a good example, and sibilance is found mostly in s's and soft c's) and makes for a lot less headaches when mixing later.
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It's a very cheap piece of equipment and actually very usefull, regardless the type of microphone. Get one.
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For recording vocals, a pop shield is always necessary
Unless of course you put the mic a bit further from the mouth.

It will usually help tho TS, get one.
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OP...It depends...some artists record without them as they claim pop filter changes the sound. You might have to retrack few sections and learn how to enunciate not to trip the plosives.
It is an inexpensive tool though, so might as well have it.
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Is A Pop Filter For A Dynamic Microphone Nessecary? - Does It Help Out Anything At All?



Yes and yes.